Gartner Infrastructure & Operations Summit 2012

The Gartner IT Infrastructure & Operations Management Summit 2012 is set for June 5-7, 2012 in Orlando, Florida. The event will explore today’s Infrastructure and Operations hot issues, including mobility management, assessing a public vs. private cloud strategy, aggressively optimizing legacy systems, next-stage virtualization and achieving operational excellence despite limited resources.

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Session leaders will discuss: How I&O Can Deliver Value to the Business; Cloud-delivered Services; Mobility’s Impact on I&O; ITIL and Process Improvement; Managing Burgeoning Data Growth; Virtualization and DevOps. Keynote topics and speakers include:

  • Ten Emerging Trends That Will Impact Infrastructure and Operations, David J. Cappuccio, Gartner Research VP
  • Applications 2020: The Impact on Infrastructure and Operations of Current and Emerging Trends in Applications, Yvonne Genovese, Gartner VP & Distinguished Analyst
  • DevOps: Re-Thinking IT Operations, Cameron Haight, Gartner Research VP
  • Getting Ahead of Ten Infrastructure and Operations Developments, Gartner Analysts Mike Chuba & David Coyle

The conference will be of interest to IT professionals responsible for IT Infrastructure, IT Operations, the Data Center, Storage, IT Architecture, Mobility Management, Facilities, and Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery.

For complete event details, please visit the DCK post on Gartner IT Infrastructure & Operations Management Summit.

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